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Child friendly hotel in cork/Kerry/ Waterford/ wexford

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Alwaysrushingaround Mon 06-Mar-17 21:00:26

Hoping to head away for 2 nights before Easter. We will have our four old ds with us.. Any recommendations please?
Thanks in advance

Rachel0Greep Mon 06-Mar-17 23:30:43

Have a look at the Quality Hotel, Clonakilty. I know that friends of mine have stayed there and liked it.

Peopleplease Tue 07-Mar-17 19:29:08

Fota is great for kids. There's a playroom in the hotel and a playground near the lodges and walks through woods and the wildlife park on the doorstep.

KanyesVest Tue 07-Mar-17 19:33:43

Fota is great, the houses are brilliant if you don't want to share a room. And I believe the Quality hotel in Youghal is worth a stay.

Peopleplease Tue 07-Mar-17 19:37:48

Killarney is brilliant too. Great playground, lakes, muckross house, Ross castle, muckross abby.

Not sure about hotels - I live close enough not to need hotels.

horseyhorseydonotstop Tue 07-Mar-17 19:53:30

Amber springs in Gorey in wexford very good. Second Quality in Clonakilty, Park hotel in Kenmare, Castle rosse in Killarney is ok I thougt it was a bit overrated when I stayed but the kids loved it.. millrace in wexford supposed to be goodbut I haven't stayed.

horseyhorseydonotstop Tue 07-Mar-17 20:02:56

Oh and loads of people rave about Dingle Skellig but might be too far to travel for just two nights depending on where you are traveling from, and have heard one or two people lately say they thought it was rather dated.
Gleneagle in Killarney also supposed to be ok.

Pinkkahori Tue 07-Mar-17 20:07:14

We have stayed in the Quality in Clonakilty a few times. Definitely geared towards young families and Clonakilty is lovely. However the last time we were there it seemed a bit tired and worn and the food wasn't great.

hollyisalovelyname Tue 07-Mar-17 20:08:43

Kellys Hotel Rosslare.
Expensive but worth it.

Carriemac Tue 07-Mar-17 20:10:34

Kelly's or Fota, or Innchydonney.

Pinkkahori Tue 07-Mar-17 20:14:03

Inchydoney is a lovely hotel and the location is fab, right on the beach. Have eaten in the pub restaurant several times with children and great food and excellent service. Very child friendly. Haven't stayed in the hotel with kids.

Alwaysrushingaround Tue 07-Mar-17 21:26:07

Great to hear so many options -thanks- inchydoney sounds like bliss if the weather is good!

jollyjester Tue 07-Mar-17 21:30:53

We loved Kilarney. Loads to do but we campes in the summer time with out 3 year old so not much help accommodation wise!

Rachel0Greep Tue 07-Mar-17 22:26:30

Some lovely sounding options there. Tbh, I don't have personal experience of Clonakilty hotel. Enjoy anyway OP, wherever you pick.

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